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10) "Vivir Mi Vida" - Marc Anthony

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Marco Antonio Muñiz o Marc Anthony es una cantante de Estados Unidos. Ostenta el récord mundial de Guinness para el mejor artista de salsa. Marco es famoso porque canta muy bien la música salsa y tropical.

"Vivir Mi Vida" es trata de disfrutar de la vida. Dice cosas como "Y para qué llorar, ¿Pa' qué?". Está canción es muy inspirador, y es probablemente la razón está canción es muy famoso. "No soy español y no sabe lo que está diciendo pero me encanta esta canción!" - Una fanática en Youtube. (Este texto fue traducido del inglés).

 


9) "El Perdón" - Nicky Jam

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Nicky Jam es una cantante de Estados Unidos. Nicky ganó la canción del año en 2015. Él es mejor conocido por la canción "El Perdón". También, la mayoría de sus canciones son reggaeton.

"El Perdón" es acerca de cómo alguien que amaba es en amor con un otro hombre. A lo largo de la canción expresa cómo se siente y cómo sufre. "No hablo a español y no entiendo la canción, pero sé que todas las palabras de esta canción y es lo mejor!!!" - Una fanática en Youtube. (Este texto fue traducido del inglés).

 

 

 

8) "Chantaje" - Shakira

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Shakira es una cantante, escritor de la canción y bailarín de columbia. Ella es el mejor venta cantante en Sudámerica. Ella ganó muchos premios tales como 2 Grammy Awards, 8 Latin Grammy awards y mas. Shakira es famosa porque ella cantó la canción de la Copa Mundial.

"Chantaje" es una canción de reggaeton/pop latino. Las letras es sobre un hombre cae en amor con Shakira y ellos cantan sobre ella. Chantaje es rítmico y es muy pegadiza.

"No paro de escucharla me encanta tanto el vídeo como la canción." - Uno fanático en Youtube.

 


7) "Danza Kuduro" - Don Omar

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Don Omar es una cantante, actor, y escritor de la canción de Puerto Rico. Don Omar ganó 20 premios en total. Generalmente canta reggaeton, pop y hip hop. Su canción estaba en una de las películas "Fast and Furious", y es cómo se hizo famoso.
Danza Kuduro es una canción para bailar. El tipo es reggaeton y dance. Está canción estaba en "Fast and Furious", y es cómo se hizo famoso. Está canción es muy pegadiza y rítmico. "El mejor tema latino de la historia! El Rey Don Omar" - Uno fanático en Youtube.

 

 


6) "Loca" - Shakira Ft. El Cata


Ya he hablado sobre Shakira, por lo que voy a introducir El Cata en su lugar. El Cata es una cantante, un actor y un escritor de la canción. Normalmente realiza fusión latina con electrónica. Sin embargo no es un cantante famoso, pero trabaja con un montón de cantantes famosos como Shakira y Pitbull.

Las letras en esta canción no tiene mucho sentido, pero creo que no tiene sentido porque está canción es para bailar. Los tipos de está canción es merengue y pop. Está canción es muy enérgico.

 

 

 


5) "La Bamba" - Ritchie Valens


Ritchie Valens fue un guitarrista, cantante y escritor de la canción. Desafortunadamente Ritchie murió en un accidente a la edad de 17. Él es muy famoso porque ello cambia una canción folclórica en una canción de rock. El nombre de está canción es "La Bamba"

Como dije antes, "La Bamba" es una canción folclórica de Mexico. Ritchie Valens hizo está canción popular por cambia en rock. Entonces la gente escuchando rock más a menudo.

"Él es un Elvis mexicano" - Uno fanático en Youtube.

 

4) "Adiós Amor" Christian Nodal

Christian Nodal es una cantante de Mexicano. Christian es muy diferentes que los otros cantantes porque sus canciones son más tradicionales.

"Adiós Amor" es una canción muy triste porque se entera de que su amante le engañó.

"Me única favorita canción" - Una fanática en Youtube

 

 

3) "Felices los Cuatro" - Maluma

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Maluma, es un cantante colombiano, compositor y productor discográfico. Él es un cantante de reggaeton y pop. Ahora trabaja en "La Voz Columbia".

"Felices los Cuatro" es una canción de amor. Esta canción tiene un ritmo latino. Y la voz es un poco electrónico, pero este canción es muy bueno. Tenga cuidado cuando usted escucharla porque contiene algo de lenguaje curso.

 

 


2) "Bailando" - Enrique Iglesias

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Enrique Iglesias es un cantante, compositor, actor y productor discográfico. Muchas personas lo llaman el rey del Pop Latino. Enrique Iglesias cantar muchas tipos de música, por ejemplo: pop, latino, R&B y mas. Enrique es uno de los artistas más famosos ahora.

"Bailando" es una canción de Enrique. Está canción es muy pegadiza y tradicional. Hay guitarras y mas de instrumentas para música española. Está canción es acerca de cuando un hombre ama a una mujer. Los letras dije que cómo se siente el hombre. "Música es una lenguaje internacional" - Una fanática en Youtube.

 

 

 

1) "Despacito" - Luis Fonsi Ft. Daddy Yankee

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Luis Fonsi es una cantante, compositor y actor de Puerto Rico. Canta pop latino y pop rock. Ganó uno "Latin Grammy" y unos cuantos de "Premio lo Nuestro" y :Premios Juventud". Luis es una cantante muy bueno porque él incluye un poco de instrumentos de España, por ejemplo la guitarra.

Está canción es el numero uno en el Billboard para los canciones mejores en España. ¿Por que? Porque está canción es muy interesante y hay muchas instrumentas y la voz de Luis Fonsi y Daddy Yankee era tan bueno. "¡Ayuda! ¡No puedo dejar de escuchar esto!" - Un fanático en Youtube

 

 

¡Esperemos que esto te ayudó encontrar buenas canciones! Hasta luego.

In this project on Human Rights, we focused on learning about Human Rights. This is an important skill because we can put ourselves in the shoes of these people. One thing I improved while working on this project is my ability to think about how other people don't have some of their rights. This blog post provides a reflection on my work, as well as a sample of what I accomplished.

What did you learn from visiting other exhibits?

I learnt about the other organizations. There were many other organizations that we didn't have a chance to research, so going to the other stations I learnt more about them. I learnt more about other issues as well. My exhibit was about human trafficking so there were some where they were talking about health issues and so on.

What helped me stay organized?

Something that helped me stay organized was working on the online planning document. We wrote down what needed to be done and what we have to do to finish that. This document kept the team on track.

How can you continue your involvement with this group or social issue?

Putting up the posters. I made a poster to raise awareness about the group, but I haven't put it anywhere yet. That would be my next step to help.

A poster I created to raise awareness
A poster I created to raise awareness
Picture of my group's display.
Picture of my group's display.

This unit is Social Studies we learnt about human rights. Then a whole bunch of organizations came to a panel to talk about what they do. We then proceeded to choose which organization to help. We created a presentation to talk about Blue Dragon Children's Foundation and we also made poster. With this we were trying to attract people who were willing to donate money to help others.

What are the most difficult and most satisfying parts of the service you are performing? Why?

For us it was really a pain because we would have to get together and then talk about what we were going to do, but if we could help them by doing this then it is totally worth it. Whenever we overcame an obstacle in our work we would just take a moment to congratulate ourselves. I think that even if we had to work really hard it is still worth doing because there are people that need help and aren't getting any.

How do you motivate yourself to to do this type of service?

When I look at people like that, I think to myself "I'm so much more privileged than them." This is what I keep on telling myself to get myself to do work for them.

Has the experience affected your worldview? How?

For me it is just a reminder that the world isn't perfect and that some people aren't as lucky as others. This really hasn't affected my worldview because I already know about these things.

Help Blue Dragon at: https://www.bluedragon.org/rescue2016/

Up Before Daybreak - Deborah Hopkinson - Published in 2006

  1. A lot of slavery was based around cotton because working in the fields for it was very hard and tiring. Working there was extremely hard so people bought slaves to do the work for them.
  2. Some slaves didn't know who their parents were because they might have been sold to different people from a young age.

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Here is my Resume

Q: What are your best professional qualities?

A: My best professional quality would probably have to be understanding a little bit about investing. As in investing in a company. For example there is a small company, so you invest in them (give them money). And then when they grow bigger they will pay you back more money. I also know the basics to managing a hotel because my parents own a hotel, and I learn a thing or two from them. I can work well in teams, and I also enjoy it.

Q: What are your worst professional qualities?

A: I would say my worst professional quality would be working alone because I like working with people because it is more fun, and working alone is hard for me to do because I'm very social. I sometimes procrastinate without knowing. I just stare of into space or start walking around my room for no reason.

Reflection:

In this project on imperialism in Africa, we focused on learning about why Europeans wanted to conquer Africa. One thing I improved while working on this project is my ability to revise essays. This blog post provides a reflection on my work, as well as a sample of what I accomplished.

What helped me stay organised?

The DBQ outline helped me put my essay in order and made it easier for me to create my essay.

A strength I showed was my ability to give lots of background.

Something I should work on in in my next essay is giving an insight at the end. 

My Writing:

Technology: The Reason Why Europe Wanted Africa

During the 19th century almost the whole of Africa were colonies of European countries. From 1500 to 1800 Europe were trading slaves in Africa. Then during 1880 King Leopold from Belgium changed everything by taking land in Africa. Not long afterwards Africa was colonized by the Europeans. They were severely mistreated and were used by the Europeans as slaves. The Europeans then proceeded to export goods such as natural resources, metals and other goods. The driving force for imperialism in Africa was technology. Some may argue that Nationalism was the main driving force, but it doesn’t help the country develop.

The main driving force of imperialism in Africa was technology. A lot of the inventions that were made in Africa were very useful.The way to remove quinine from the bark of a tree is still used today, and still proves to be very useful (Doc. C). This method helped cure malaria, one of the deadliest disease in Africa and Asia. Even though some inventions were made a long time ago, they are still used today. This shows that the main driving for imperialism in Africa was technology. The electric telegraph let people communicate from far away. (Doc. C). It lead to the telephone which people use today. It made communication easier than before because they didn’t need to send anyone. This is another reason that the main driving force for imperialism in Africa was technology. These inventions helped shaped the world that is today, without them things could be very different.

Some may say that national pride is the main driving force for imperialism in Africa. For a country to be great it has to conquer other places (Doc. B). This gives benefits to both countries because the colonies get to have seapower and the usually bring education to the people there. Although this might be true colonising countries for fame doesn’t help the country develop. National pride does not help countries become stronger. The reason why this isn't the main driving force is because inventions that were made back then lead to controversial thinking and some are still used today (Doc. C). This shows that technology is much more important, and was clearly the driving force for imperialism in Africa. To conclude the main reason Europe wanted to colonize Africa was not because of national pride, but because they get to have a technological advantage.

The main reason Europe wanted to colonize Africa was because they wanted to gain resources  for technology. For example medicine, weapons, and transportation. Even though some say that national pride is the reason for the colonization of Africa, it doesn’t help the country develop in any sort of way. Africa has a lot of natural resources so the Europeans want to conquer it so they can use those resources to invent new things and also sell things that they already know about. To wrap it up, the reason why European countries wanted to conquer and colonize Africa was because they get to advance technology-wise. Was colonizing Africa worthy of the risks?